Student perspectives

​When I was deciding where I wanted to do my compulsory internship in the fifth semester, it became clear to me that I did not want to stay in the Czech Republic.
One of the many benefits from the Erasmus programme is the internationalisation of the study environment. As there is the possibility to encounter a wide range of cultures, and this allows students to learn and discover from each other. Felix Böttner, who spent winter semester 2013/2014 at our university, has shared his experience with us.
​I made use of my previous knowledge, gained a richer overview of business in the IT field, managed to combine theory from the basics of management and project management with practical use and thus gain valuable new skills.
​Vít Pečínka, a student of master´s degree, spent one semester in Finland. He would like to share his experience with us.
When I got the offer for a five-month internship at ŠKODA AUTO Deutschland GmbH, I did not hesitate and accepted the offer.
​During my stay, I realised we are still similar to Austrians in many aspects in terms of mentality and views.
​Getting an internship abroad had been a great motivation for me from the very beginning of my studies.
​Our student Denys Sliusarenko spent 6 months in Bentley. He will share his experience with you in this article.
​The main reason why I chose to study at ŠKODA AUTO University was the prospect of obtaining professional experience in ŠKODA AUTO during my studies.
​I spent my Erasmus study placement in the Norwegian coastal town of Ålesund.

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